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    Antony Puncher
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    Hi,

    I have recently had site hacked and have had to rebuild,

    I am struggling to centralise the copy in the copyright bar. I have managed to get the text to center within its own div

    but cannot for the life of me remember how to center the copyright text within the bar.

    Please could someone point me to the obvious thing I am missing.

    Many Thanks

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  • Antony Puncher
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    #18327 |

    Also I would like to make the copyright tect spread across the allocated width on the site

    Roman
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    #18332 |

    try this code:

    Antony Puncher
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    #18338 |

    Hi unfortunately that did nothing

    Antony Puncher
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    #18339 |

    Sorry hit send too early,

    This is code within the copyright section in aloe a theme options to clarify,

    Thanks for your hep. Tony

    Denzel Chia
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    #18344 |

    Hi,

    In the Theme Options->Footer->Display Social Icons on Footer of the Page
    You need to disable it.

    Then in your Theme Options->Footer-Copyright Text
    Add the following codes.

    In the Footer Copyright area, it is actually separated into two divs, one on the left for the copyright text and one on the right for the social icons. If you float your div to the right, it actually gets “stuck” in the middle, and you can use margin right to adjust a little.

    Please see screenshot for results. http://prntscr.com/7ipnvc

    Thanks!
    Denzel

    Antony Puncher
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    #18349 |

    ok. so your example works fine

    when I use my code

    It aligns to the left again.

    I have removed all of the <b> tags and the <p> tags and it still aligns to the left. I simplify it and put it to your code and it works fine..aaargh… hehe gotta love it

    Antony Puncher
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    #18350 |

    I have even tried copying and pasting the above code snippet back in and it centralises, but as soon as I put the content back in it left aligns.

    When I check dev view it appears to have places quotation marks around the text after the <p> tag

    Denzel Chia
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    #18363 |

    Hi,

    You can try writing all your HTML without any spacing, or post your website url here with your code and we can take a look.

    Thanks!
    Denzel

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